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Make a holiday rental home or villa in Narni, Italy your home away from home

Narni is an ancient hill town in central Italy that overhangs the Nera River. With history that dates back as far as 600BC, the town has many historic sites, and is almost entirely medieval in appearance. It is believed that C.S Lewis’s imaginary land of Narnia may well have been named after Narni, after the author came across it in an atlas. Narni offers some excellent and varied self-catering accommodation, which includes luxury villas with swimming pools, and charming country houses.

Things to do in Narni, Italy

Narni is most famous for having the largest Roman Bridge ever built, and around half of the 30 metre high bridge still stands today. Other interesting sights around the town include the 13th century Communal Palace, and the Duomo (Cathedral). The Eroli Museum is a popular stop-off point for visitors, and Rocca Albornoziana (Albornoz’ Castle) also hosts temporary exhibitions.

For those who are interested in visiting churches, Narni has plenty to offer, with several offerings that date from the 13th century onwards, including the Church of Santa Maria Impensole, and the Romanesque church of Santa Pudenziana, which lies on the town’s outskirts.

An interesting walk takes you out of town through the surrounding woodlands, passing by a benchmark that represents the geographical centre of Italy – though there are at least two other places that lay stake to this claim (the others being Rieti and Monteluco). The end destination of this walk is the 1st century Ponte Cardona, which is part of the Roman Aqueduct Formina.

For a relatively small town Narni has a surprisingly large number of Restaurants and Trattorias, along with no less than ten Pizzerias. Pubs are clubs are somewhat limited, but offer a rustic Italian charm and a chance to brush up on your foreign language skills.

Places to visit on holiday in Narni, Italy

Narni is a commune of Umbria, and located almost centrally between Rome and Perugia, giving visitors the chance to visit a big city without driving for much more than an hour. Closer to home is Terni, capital of the Terni Province, which has some interesting sights that include a Roman amphitheatre. Orte also warrants a day visit.

Weather in Narni, Italy

Narni has a Mediterranean climate, with warm and dry summers and mild winters. Temperatures average out at around 25C in the summer and 9C in coldest months, with rain mostly concentrated into the autumn season.

Flights to Narni, Italy

A flight from the UK to Rome (FCO) can be found fairly cheaply through a budget airline, and the capital city is just over an hour’s drive from Narni. Public transport also runs on a fairly regular basis, though Narni station is out of town and a local connecting service will be required.

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Narni Holiday Villas & Apartments (300+)

 

Recent Reviews

Marvellous Country House

5 of 5
Villa Alle Querce is a very spacious farmhouse in a spectacular landscape. It offers supreme privacy and a stunning view over the valley to Todi. The large pool (almost 20m) in the back and the cosy pergola invite to relax. Despite the fact, that there is no aircon available, the temperatures inside the house were comfortable, even at 38 degrees outside. The friendly owners welcomed us personally and we felt comfortable from the very first minute. Over all, we had a perfect relaxing holiday in Italy.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 10, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017

Keith & Pam Saunders ( Scotland) July 2017. Beautiful villa with amazing views. Fantastic pizza oven

5 of 5
with terrace to dine & enjoy the view. Very spacious with comfortable beds & excellent showers. Well equipped kitchen with dinning area outside with canopy providing welcome shade. It was very hot while we were there in July, 36/38 degrees. Loved the pool & cloister again providing much needed shade. The villa has an ample supply of very informative books for visiting Rome & surrounding villages. We loved Orvieto & the Civita Di Bagnoregio is amazing. In Rome we can recommend using the hop on hop off bus with a tour of The Coloseum on offer, very good value. For art lovers The Villa Borghese is outstanding. Driving in Rome is an experience, not one we'd recommend but taking the train from Stimigliano is by far the best way to get into Rome. Adrian was so helpful in every way providing all you need to know. For eating out the local restaurant Da Lina takes some beating for atmosphere, service & price. We were a group of 7 with ages ranging from 70 ( grandparents ) to parents , a 21 year old & 2 teenagers so lots to please & we were all happy! Our only criticism of this beautiful villa was that although there were plenty of fans there was no air-conditioning. Because it was so hot when we were there this proved difficult particularly at night. Apart from that a magnificent place. We would recommend a car to benefit from the surrounding areas.
  • Review Submitted: Aug 08, 2017
  • Date of Stay: Jul 2017